Category Archives: Kindness

On Symbolism, for real

I read this today and thought, “wow, how awesome that would be!” And, here it is! In law, if not yet in practice for another 30 days. Is it sad that while my first reaction was happiness for the committed … Continue reading

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The Saturday Evening Blog Post

Head over here to read a much better selection of writing than mine.  It’s good stuff!

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The Saturday Evening Blog Post

Lots of great stuff here: THE SATURDAY EVENING BLOG POST, vol. 3, issue 4 | Elizabeth Esther.  Go add your favorite post from April, and read the remarkable posts already listed!

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…that cologne smells of racism…

We only demand proof from those who we think are beneath us.  That’s why FOIA requests are always publicized with language about how the government works for us.  It’s also why white people continue to feel comfortable demanding that President … Continue reading

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Who Will Remember?

Bema: What will they think in the future when they read about occurences like this? A woman arrested for defrauding a Connecticut school district out of an education. Homeless and lying about her address* she was charged with theft in the godforsaken … Continue reading

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The looker is the judge

Long quote from zunguzungu: […]Hoover’s project of surveillance and blackmail against MLK was, as he understood it, a specifically cold war campaign — he never got over being tapped to lead the FBI while Dulles got the newly formed CIA … Continue reading

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This Common Ground Is My Ground

“(I)f the President begins the discussion by saying we must increase taxes on the American people – as his budget does – my response will be clear: tax increases are unacceptable and are a nonstarter,” Boehner said in a statement. … Continue reading

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